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Washington County Cattlemen’s Spring Heifer Sale to be held April 14 The Washington County Cattlemen’s Association (WCCA) will host its eighth Annual Spring Heifer Sale on Friday, April 14, at the Kingsport Stockyards. The sale will begin at 6 p.m., and producers are e 
Learn to shear Doug Rathke, a widely known and seasoned sheep shearer from Minnesota, will return to Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro on Friday and Saturday, April 21 and 22, to conduct sessions for 
‘To another level’ How eager were folks to attend the grand opening of the renovated Franklin Farmers Cooperative in Decherd on March 3? Let Co-op sales associate Jessica Burch set the scene: “I pulled into the parkinStory and photos by Chris Villines
Shooting Hunger fundraiser expands to West Tennessee West Tennessee marksmen will soon have the opportunity to fight hunger. The Shooting Hunger Sporting Clays Fun Shoot is expanding this year with two events — the first slated for Thursday, June 8, at  
Doughertys say thanks for help received in wake of tornado When an EF2-level tornado wreaked havoc along Highway 307 in the Athens area of East Tennessee on the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 30, the home and dairy of Blan and Kathy Dougherty were heavily damaged 
Young leaders converge on Franklin for conference Twenty-seven outstanding representatives of Tennessee Farmers Cooperative and member Co-ops were participants in the 2017 Young Leaders Conference — a popular annual event hosted by the Tennessee CounBy Sarah Geyer
First in its class Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s LaVergne Feed Mill has been named 2016’s top commercial dry livestock feed manufacturing facility by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA). AFIA representativeStory and photos by Sarah Geyer
Grain group gropes with soil health management The survey says . . . soil health. That was the case last summer for members of the Middle Tennessee Grain Conference planning committee as they studied exit surveys from the 2016 event while creatingStory and photos by Sarah Geyer

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